Create a Custom Detection Script for WPS Office (PowerShell)


Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager (MEMCM / SCCM) and Microsoft Intune use Detection Rules to determine the presence of Applications & Win32 Apps. The detection rules ensure that application installations only begin to run if the application is not already installed on the device. This article will serve as an informative guide and give you a clear understanding of how to create an updated custom detection script for each new version of WPS Office using PowerShell.

How to Create a Custom Detection Script for WPS Office

WPS Office (Registry Detection Method)

## Check for WPS Office (Registry Detection Method)
$WPSOffice = Get-ChildItem -Path "HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall" | Get-ItemProperty | Where-Object {$_.DisplayName -match 'WPS Office' } | Select-Object -Property DisplayName, DisplayVersion, PSChildName
$WPSOffice.DisplayVersion
$WPSOffice.PSChildName


## Create Text File with WPS Office Registry Detection Method
$FilePath = "C:\Windows\Temp\WPS_Office_Detection_Method.txt"
New-Item -Path "$FilePath" -Force
Set-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Function Get-LoggedOnUserSID {"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## ref https://www.reddit.com/r/PowerShell/comments/7coamf/query_no_user_exists_for/"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## ref https://smsagent.blog/2022/03/03/user-context-detection-rules-for-intune-win32-apps/"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$header=@('SESSIONNAME', 'USERNAME', 'ID', 'STATE', 'TYPE', 'DEVICE')"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$Sessions = query session"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "[array]`$ActiveSessions = `$Sessions | Select -Skip 1 | Where {`$_ -match ""Active""}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "If (`$ActiveSessions.Count -ge 1)"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$LoggedOnUsers = @()"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$indexes = `$header | ForEach-Object {(`$Sessions[0]).IndexOf("" `$_"")}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "for(`$row=0; `$row -lt `$ActiveSessions.Count; `$row++)"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$obj=New-Object psobject"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "for(`$i=0; `$i -lt `$header.Count; `$i++)"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$begin=`$indexes[`$i]"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$end=if(`$i -lt `$header.Count-1) {`$indexes[`$i+1]} else {`$ActiveSessions[`$row].length}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$obj | Add-Member NoteProperty `$header[`$i] (`$ActiveSessions[`$row].substring(`$begin, `$end-`$begin)).trim()"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$LoggedOnUsers += `$obj"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$LoggedOnUser = `$LoggedOnUsers[0]"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$LoggedOnUserSID = Get-ItemProperty ""HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\SessionData\`$(`$LoggedOnUser.ID)"" -Name LoggedOnUserSID -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue |"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Select -ExpandProperty LoggedOnUserSID"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Return `$LoggedOnUserSID"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$LoggedOnUserSID = Get-LoggedOnUserSID"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "If (`$null -ne `$LoggedOnUserSID)"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "If (`$null -eq (Get-PSDrive -Name HKU -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue))"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$null = New-PSDrive -PSProvider Registry -Name HKU -Root HKEY_USERS"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$i = Get-Item ""HKU:\`$LoggedOnUserSID\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$($WPSOffice.PSChildName)"" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "if (`$null -eq `$i)"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## Key Does NOT Exist"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value """Key Does NOT Exist"""
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Exit 1"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "else"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "`$r = Get-ItemProperty ""HKU:\`$LoggedOnUserSID\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$($WPSOffice.PSChildName)"" -Name 'DisplayVersion' -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue |"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Select -ExpandProperty 'DisplayVersion'"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "If (`$r -ge '$($WPSOffice.DisplayVersion)')"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## Installed"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value """Installed"""
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Exit 0"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "else"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## Correct App Version NOT Installed"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value """Correct App Version NOT Installed"""
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Exit 1"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Else"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "{"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "## No Logged on User Detected"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value """No Logged on User Detected"""
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "Exit 1"
Add-Content -Path "$FilePath" -Value "}"
Invoke-Item $FilePath
  • Click Run Script (F5)
  • A text file will open with the WPS Office Detection Method script required to detect the current version of WPS Office that is installed on the device you are running the script from.

Example:

Function Get-LoggedOnUserSID {
## ref https://www.reddit.com/r/PowerShell/comments/7coamf/query_no_user_exists_for/
## ref https://smsagent.blog/2022/03/03/user-context-detection-rules-for-intune-win32-apps/
$header=@('SESSIONNAME', 'USERNAME', 'ID', 'STATE', 'TYPE', 'DEVICE')
$Sessions = query session
[array]$ActiveSessions = $Sessions | Select -Skip 1 | Where {$_ -match "Active"}
If ($ActiveSessions.Count -ge 1)
{
$LoggedOnUsers = @()
$indexes = $header | ForEach-Object {($Sessions[0]).IndexOf(" $_")}
for($row=0; $row -lt $ActiveSessions.Count; $row++)
{
$obj=New-Object psobject
for($i=0; $i -lt $header.Count; $i++)
{
$begin=$indexes[$i]
$end=if($i -lt $header.Count-1) {$indexes[$i+1]} else {$ActiveSessions[$row].length}
$obj | Add-Member NoteProperty $header[$i] ($ActiveSessions[$row].substring($begin, $end-$begin)).trim()
}
$LoggedOnUsers += $obj
}
$LoggedOnUser = $LoggedOnUsers[0]
$LoggedOnUserSID = Get-ItemProperty "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\SessionData\$($LoggedOnUser.ID)" -Name LoggedOnUserSID -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue |
Select -ExpandProperty LoggedOnUserSID
Return $LoggedOnUserSID
}
}
$LoggedOnUserSID = Get-LoggedOnUserSID
If ($null -ne $LoggedOnUserSID)
{
If ($null -eq (Get-PSDrive -Name HKU -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue))
{
$null = New-PSDrive -PSProvider Registry -Name HKU -Root HKEY_USERS
}
$i = Get-Item "HKU:\$LoggedOnUserSID\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Kingsoft Office" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
if ($null -eq $i)
{
## Key Does NOT Exist
"Key Does NOT Exist"
Exit 1
}
else
{
$r = Get-ItemProperty "HKU:\$LoggedOnUserSID\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Kingsoft Office" -Name 'DisplayVersion' -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue |
Select -ExpandProperty 'DisplayVersion'
If ($r -ge '11.2.0.11254')
{
## Installed
"Installed"
Exit 0
}
else
{
## Correct App Version NOT Installed
"Correct App Version NOT Installed"
Exit 1
}
}
}
Else
{
## No Logged on User Detected
"No Logged on User Detected"
Exit 1
}
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Always make sure to test everything in a development environment prior to implementing anything into production. The information in this article is provided “As Is” without warranty of any kind.

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